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something about it. >> reporter: in his garage, garcia is waiting to fix the fiscal cliff one can at a time. how much money have you sent the government? >> a little bit over $3,000. >> reporter: $3,197.88, to be exact. all tracked on a handwritten ledger. for the last three years, garcia has been paying the government $50 a month of his postal service pension and money from cans he collects. >> we are paying absolutely too much interest, too much interest. >> reporter: it really bothers you? >> it bothers me, because it makes no sense. >> reporter: sense is something garcia's wife of 59 years thinks her husband could use. do you think he is crazy? >> well -- >> reporter: call him crazy. but there is an entire federal office, the bureau of public debt that collects money from hundreds of mr. garcias. this office in parkersburg, west virginia, was set up by president kennedy so citizens could pay down the national debt. this year alone it collected 7.7 million in gifts, about 90 million since it was established. but 90 million is not that much, especially when you consider the federal defici
amendment permits miss hernandez to avoid the i.d. ultimately judge garcia, who's the federal judge here, will rule against her, judgment for the school district. this case is dismissed. >> guys, thank you very much. we'll be back in about 20 minutes to talk about a legal setback in the penn state case, the university trying to delay a lawsuit brought on by a former assistant coach. >>> a growing problem in chicago, street violence. some dedicated people are taking young kids and turning around their lives. photojournalist derrick davis shows us how they're doing it. >> i grew up watching boxing all my life. boxing is really, really hard. [ bell ] it takes a lot of discipline. some people make it look easy, but it's really hard. as soon as i walk in those doors, i just fell in love with boxing. there are different things that the gym offers you and different things that the streets offer you. most of the time the street, it will lead you to death. that's the choice that you make. >> the streets are really, really bad. there's a good one or two shootings every weekend. it keeps kids off t
with somebody named dorian garcia, who is actually a troop in afghanistan. it was a great experience to be able to run into him after eight years. i really didn't know what to expect. he really enjoyed it. he contacted me on facebook and asked me if i was going to be there because he saw a poster of harlem globetrotters. i told him i was. now this is going to pave the way for us to xeep in touch with each other a little more than one time in eight years. >> that's pretty cool. tell us finally, this is a group that's been around for more than 80 years. i remember them as a kid. i just loved you guys. how do you become a harlem globetrotter and do that? is it really hard? >> it is hard. it's been around for 87 years, and it's not easy to do. everybody sees the tricks that we do every single day, but they don't know the type of commitment and dedication we have to do in order to be a harlem globetrotter. statement we're all great basketball players. we start our tour on december 26th, which is called the write the rules world tour where the fans go on harlemglobetrotters.com and vote what they wan
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